Posted at 1:56 pm , on January 29, 2018
Posted at 1:55 pm , on January 29, 2018
Asia, Middle East , U. S. News Briefs to be read in two minutes or less.
- Indonesia President Wododo visits Bangladesh Rohinghi camp.
- Bangladesh leaderships thanks Muslim Indonesia for aid assistance.
- Angelina Jolie visits Rohinghi camps and requests more U. N. aid.
- China says it hopes to get Japan relations back on track after dispute.
- U. S. urges China to release jailed Swedish book seller.
- Weekend marches in Honk Kong aim for release of freedom activist.
- Kabul Taliban attack death toll etc. raised to 103, and 258 injured.
- This day ISIS attacks Kabul military school killing 12 soldiers.
- Russian police detain potential presidential candidate Naveley at rally.
- U. S. Secretary Tillerson says Russia behind Syrian gas attack in 2015.
- Turkey military intensifies campaign against U. S. supported Syrian Kurds.
- Palestinian leaders show contempt toward U.S. after UN-RWA aid cut.
- Republican lawmakers, GOP, call for protection of Mueller/ investigation.
- Head Republican fund-raiser resigns over alleged staff sex accusations.
- Yemen Gov. forces class with Houthi rebels within capital city Sanaa.
- Yemen asks Saudi coalition for assistance to quell crisis.
- Oil stocks advance on lower value of American dollar.
- Coincheck Corporation to repay customer $485 million over hack loss.
- Japan to punish Coincheck over security breach in bitcoin heist.
- U. S. economic official says there is still hope for NAFT reinstatement.
- Michigan faces Federal investigation over Nasser sex scandal issue.
- Cambodian police charge foreigners over pornographic dance.
(News taken from Channelnewsasia, BBC, RT, Alzreera, and CNN)
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